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rhcrco

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SNMP SERVER
« on: April 22, 2015, 04:17:18 pm »
Are the Juniper Switches and routers only able to be a passive agent to another vendor's Network management Station (NMS)? Or can they proactively send traps on their own volition. I do not see any place in the JunOS hierarchy where you can put the NMS ip address as you can under snmp-server keyword in CISCO device.
Is it more of a one-sided relationship in Juniper Devices?
i.e. they can only be polled from another vendors NMS.

The list of traps seems much smaller than on a Cisco device. It this the general situation?

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Re: SNMP SERVER
« Reply #1 on: April 13, 2016, 11:26:12 pm »
After being gone for a year I am going to answer my own question.

Yes, it is the target address in the snmp configuration.

trap-group MM-traps {
    version v2;
    destination-port 155;
    categories {
        authentication;
        chassis;
        link;
        remote-operations;
        routing;
        startup;
        rmon-alarm;
        vrrp-events;
        configuration;
        services;
        sonet-alarms;
    }
    targets {
        10.0.0.19;          <<<<<<------------- 
    }
}
trap-group authentication-traps {
    categories {
        authentication;
        chassis;
        link;
        remote-operations;
        routing;
        startup;
        rmon-alarm;
        vrrp-events;
        configuration;
        services;
        sonet-alarms;
    }
    targets {
        10.0.0.19;     <<<<<<<<<--------------------- :wink:
    }
}